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Codling Moth and Oriental Fruit Moth Trap

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# P3435
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Weight: 0.20 lbs

Reduce wormy apples!

Codling moth larvae bore into fruit and cause unappetizing 'wormy apples'. Oriental Fruit Moth larvae attack both fruit and young shoots. They are also pests of apricots, almond, plum, cherry, peach, quince and english walnuts.

This monitoring trap contains a dual pheromone to attract both moth types to the sticky surface inside the trap. Place traps with lures just before trees are in full bloom and will remain effective for 8 weeks. Each package contains 2 traps and 2 lures.


  • Contains two traps and two lure packs
  • Active ingredients of lure packs: Pheromones (E,E)-8,10-Dodecadien-1-ol, and rubber septum containing the active ingredient



Application Rates

  • Set traps in early spring 2 weeks before buds break. Place 2 traps high in tree, 2' inside edge of foliage, maintaining a foliage-free space of 12" to 18" around the trap. Do not hang below foliage canopy or closer than 4' to the ground. For small or dwarf trees use 1 trap

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

1 Star

Oriental fruit month trap wrote

After 10 days in orchard not one month has been caught. Peak moth hatch is in a week. Moths are present and the trap does not attract them.

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